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$20 Liberty Gold MS62 PCGS/NGC

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1893-CC Morgan Dollar MS64+ PCGS CAC


1890-CC $20 Liberty MS61 NGC

The 1890-CC Liberty double eagle claims a mintage of 91,209 pieces, a large production total in the context of the series. Although few examples were saved for numismatic purposes, a number of coins were used to settle accounts in foreign trade and later repatriated. A significant number were found in European holdings as late as the 1990s. Its relative availability in high grade makes the 1890-CC a favorite choice of branch mint type collectors. The present coin is an attractive Mint State specimen, with sharp definition on the obverse devices. The reverse design elements are strongly impressed. A few short marks account for the grade, as the lustrous orange-gold surfaces are lightly marked in other areas.

1872-CC $10 Liberty XF40 PCGS

The Carson City Mint delivered only 4,600 eagles in 1872, and what few examples have survived are among the rarest products of the fabled Nevada branch mint. In grades above VF 35, this issue compares favorably with the much more publicized 1870-CC. All of the major features on the current example are sharp, and the overall appearance is one of original red-gold hues, with what can be described as original crusty surfaces. Noticeably abraded, both sides are, however, remarkably problem-free for a circulated CC-mint gold coin, showing only superficial blemishes. With few coins graded AU, and none in Mint State, this specimen will certainly please and gold collectors and Carson City specialists alike .

1883-CC $20 Liberty MS61 PCGS

Deep golden patina is clearly evident on both sides of this original and fully lustrous example. The underlying surfaces exhibit frosty yellow luster. This is a rarity that is infrequently seen in any Mint State grade

1889-CC $20 Liberty MS61 PCGS

The 1889-CC double eagle is moderately scarce in Uncirculated grades. This MS61 example displays semi-prooflike fields that offer mild contrast with the motifs. A well defined strike delivers strong definition to the design features. Several minuscule marks are visible over each side.

American Silver Eagle Monster Box 2023 500 oz

Buy 2023 US Silver Eagle Sealed Monster Boxes The American Eagles Series is one of the most successful coin programs in the bullion market. Among other prominent silver coins, the Silver Eagles are one of the most anticipated releases annually. For those who understand the importance of maintaining a diversified investment portfolio, including silver bullion in their assets may sound like a sensible option, especially if there is an exciting opportunity of acquiring it in bulk. The 2023 Silver Eagle Monster Box comprises 500 units of 1 oz Silver coins, adequately sealed by the US Mint. With legal tender status and face dollar of US $1, these coins are .999 fine silver.

1889-CC Morgan Dollar AU50 NGC

A classic key date among Carson City Morgans, the 1889-CC is available for a price in a variety of grades, but finding an attractive example takes some searching. This white problem free example is well worth owning. Light even wear with remnant lustre.

1884-CC $10 Liberty AU58 NGC

From a low mintage of 9,925 pieces, the 1884-CC eagle is definitely a better date. The present coin is an especially attractive example of this rare branch mint issue. The coin features a sharp strike, with sharp detail on all design elements. The reflective surfaces are overlayed with a pleasing green-gold patina. Only the slightest friction on the hair above the ear precludes a Mint State grade.

1893-CC $10 Liberty AU58 NGC

Lustrous fields complement sharp design elements on this near-Mint 1893-CC Liberty eagle. The surfaces display rich gold color and minimal abrasions aside from the minor friction that determines the grade. Eye appeal is pleasing. The 1893-CC ten is scarce in this grade and rare finer. Only 14,000 pieces were struck, and examples are in high demand as the last Liberty eagles struck at the Carson City Mint.

1884-CC $20 Liberty AU58+ CACG

The population reports indicate that the 1884-CC twenty dollar is readily available from Very Fine through MS61. MS62s are very scarce and higher-grade pieces are rare, with none known above MS63. The deep orange-gold surfaces of this high-end near-Mint State example display considerable luster and exhibit sharply struck design features. Great overall eye appeal, aptly recognized by CACG. Only a few coins have achieved this grade with a total of 11 coins so graded at all services.
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